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Young living Buddha's growth

Xinjiang recovering with difficulty

Tibet celebrates Serfs Emancipation Day

Beijing-based foreign journalists visit Tibet exhibition
Fresh avalanche kills two more in Xinjiang
Fresh avalanches killed two bulldozer drivers who were sent to start a clearance operation after 27 trapped miners were rescued in northwest China, news reports said.
Senior leader reveals measures on way for Xinjiang
Senior Chinese leader Zhou Yongkang has revealed that the government is preparing measures to boost the economic and social development of the northwestern Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
Magnitude 5.0 earthquake hits Tibet
A 5.0-magnitude earthquake hit southern  Tibet on Friday noon, according to the China Earthquake Administration (CEA).
Helicopters rescue the trapped in Xinjiang
Two helicopters were sent to deliver relief goods to people trapped in Songhu Iron and Keerke Mining Areas of Xinjiang due to continuous heavy snow and avalanches.
Xinjiang rumor mongers punished over texts
Hundreds of people in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region have been punished for spreading rumors and separatist content via text messages during the Spring Festival holiday, local authorities said Thursday.
7 killed, hundreds trapped in Xinjiang avalanches
The death toll from avalanches in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has risen to four by Thursday, with nearly 500 others still trapped.
4 die, 29 injured after bus overturns in Xinjiang
Four people were killed and 29 injured after a bus overturned Tuesday in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, local authorities said Wednesday.
Snowstorm cuts road traffic in Xinjiang
An overnight snow storm has completely cut road traffic to a city and county in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, the local meteorological authorities said Tuesday.
Xinjiang detains 1,795 suspected drug dealers in 2009
Police and other authorities in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region detained 1,795 people suspected of dealing drugs in 2009.
People ready for Spring Festival in Xinjiang
A vendor arranges tiger toys at a market in Urumqi, capital of Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Jan. 26, 2010.
Xinjiang official: 'Keeping city safe is our top priority'
Maintaining social stability is crucial to preventing a repeat of the violence that erupted here last year, a senior official in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region said on Friday.
Destiny of Tibet "in hands of people"
Xinjiang set to beef up police forces
The government has approved a plan to recruit 5,000 special police officers in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region to help prevent unrests such as the devastating riot on July 5 last year.
Obama warned on Dalai meeting
Beijing warned Washington that a meeting between US President Barack Obama and the Dalai Lama would further sour ties between the two countries.Comment: Deplorable for Obama to meet Dalai
Comment: Keep Sino-US 'soft conflicts' under control
Destiny of Tibet 'in hands of people'
Tibet to keep to own path with or without Dalai
Tibet will keep to its own path with or without the Dalai Lama, said a Chinese central government official Tuesday.

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